Holy Rosary Healthcare is pleased to share that it has earned a CDC Full recognition for our continued efforts around diabetes prevention. This designation recognizes the outstanding commitment shown from our Healthy Lifestyles Program to delivering the highest quality of education and resources to prevent type 2 diabetes in eastern Montana, throughout our state and nationally.
This recognition is due to the countless hours that our Healthy Lifestyles program has spent with our community inside the classroom and even following our participants’ completion of the program.
“This recognition demonstrates our continued efforts to lower the risks of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease,” said Liane Vadheim, Clinical Dietitian. “This is thanks to the participation of our community and desire to create sustainable lifestyle changes.”
If you’ve been thinking about improving your health and becoming more active, there’s never been a better time than right now to prevent diabetes and heart disease, optimize control of our health, and empower and energize your commitment.
Within the first months of our core, personalized program, you will experience:
- Weight loss and lifestyle goal setting
- Interactions with experienced lifestyle coaches
- Educational sessions to help guide your goal attainment
- Diet and physical activity guidance from trained experts
- Guided exercise activities
- Many free resources and prizes to assist and encourage your success
Following your completion of this program, your journey does not end there -- there are still six more months of follow-up curriculum, involving group sessions with lifestyle coaches, additional assistance and tracking of lifestyle goals, and activities to keep you on track and working toward long-term lifestyle changes.
Healthy Lifestyles classes begin April 7. Registration before March 31 is only $100 and after March 31 is $150. Safe in-person classes with virtual connection options are available if needed.
Your health is your future; let’s make it better together. For more information or to reserve your spot today, please call 406-778-5448.
Click here to learn more about CDC Diabetes Prevention Programs.